Support » Plugins and Hacks » [Plugin: PollDaddy Polls] Why another Ratings panel menu, why not joint under Polls?

  • This is not about the plugin’s functionality – it works great! – but just about the GUI: the new Ratings function (at last, good job!) has been given a separate menu item, next to the existing Polls menu item, which in my opinion is a bit rich for one relatively simple plugin’s real estate footprint.

    So, why not create a single Polls/Ratings menu?

    I suppose this has been given thought; again, I understand that ratings and polls are substantially different things – it’s just that from a purely functional POV both settings or functional aspects belong to the same plugin. Which in the end essentially deals with harvesting visitor appreciation metrics, no?

    [rant mode]

    When I’m fiddling with a plugin’s settings, I expect it in just one place, and not scattered about. I really dislike that as it presumes that I keep track where everything is and that’s in the end not really user-friendly – but that’s just my $0.02.

    [/rant mode]

    So here’s my vote (punctuated with a star, a thumbs up, a heart, and a chocolate chip cookie) for a single menu entry. Neener.

    Still, good job on the plugin.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/polldaddy/

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